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Funder America makes available Sabatini texture in Hope, AR

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January 7, 2019—Mocksville, NC—Funder America, Inc., a national leader in the production of thermally fused laminated panels and components, is pleased to announce the addition of our Sabatini texture out of our Hope, AR facility. Prior to this time, all special textures were produced from our Mocksville, NC facility. It will now be available from our Hope, AR facility beginning early February.

Since the introduction of the Sabatini texture, it has rapidly become one of our most favored finishes. It features a high-end surface of linear embossed grain texture with a remarkable tactile surface. A stylish finish that enhances the look of both solids and woodgrain. With a matching program of HPL, edgeband, and 3D laminates, the Sabatini finish offers an excellent full value option for your next project.

“As a convenience to our growing Southwest and Midwest regions, we’ve made our Sabatini finish more accessible by adding the additional production capabilities to our Hope, AR facility,” said Jim King, V.P. of Sales and Marketing for Funder America, Inc. “This allows us to service a broader geographic area of the country with one of our most popular TFL textures and provides a more convenient distribution point for our customers in those regions”

Sabatini TFL designs can be produced in 4’ or 5’ widths, single or double sided and comes in lengths up to 10’ from our Hope, AR facility. This plant supports seventeen distribution centers. To take advantage of this new offering and locate your distributor, contact Scott Minteer with OBH Associates at 888-536-0042 or you can find your closest distributor at


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